Intel has launched its four new processor lines designed for a variety of platforms and users, including for education, games and business. The new line includes the 11th generation Intel Core vPro designed for business, Pentium Silver and Celeron N series education processors and 11th generation Intel Core H series gaming processors.
During today’s CES 2021 event, Intel removed four new processor families and offered a preview of its next-generation ‘Alder Lake’ and ‘Rocket Lake’ desktop technology. For business platforms, the newly introduced 11th generation Intel Core vPro offers Hardware Shield security, 10nm SuperFin technology, an eight-fold increase in artificial intelligence performance and up to 23% faster productivity with some applications.
Meanwhile, the education sector has been introduced to the new Intel Pentium Silver and Celeron N series processors, promising a balance between collaboration, performance and media. Based on the company’s 10nm architecture, Intel says that these offerings deliver up to 35% better performance when using applications and up to 78% when it comes to graphics.
Meanwhile, for gaming platforms, 11th generation Intel Core H series mobile processors promise fine gaming laptops designed for “enthusiastic” gamers. Leading this series is the Core i7 Special Edition 4-core processor offered in a turbo of up to 5 GHz; Intel claims that it designed these processors for ‘ultraportable games’.
Several models have been revealed with these H35 processors, including those from MSI, ASUS, Acer and Vaio. According to Intel, another 40 or so “manufacturing partners” will launch their own devices with these processors in the first half of this year.